Beware the temptation of earthly flesh. The true story.
A woolly hatted sperm-head takes 70% of her fee . . .
Where the bee sucks, there suck I . . .
Extract from Swell by Rivenrod, page 60 “He had first taken notice of her some two months earlier but only in the way a person might sense rather than truly see an object has been added to a familiar landscape. Over the following two weeks, day by day, she gradually seeped into his consciousness until, […]
Extract from Swell by Rivenrod, page 22 “And what of his treasure, his prized flotsam, objects he has rescued by chance, old things people have thrown away or misplaced? His hut is crammed full of them – nuts and bolts, hubcaps and tin boxes – but what is it about this stuff that so appeals […]
He came of age at a time of war. She wore a blazing smile, a blood-red gash against chiselled white teeth, and yet when they bade farewell mother and son had not touched or kissed but waved politely. He never looked back as he marched away awkwardly wooden in his stiffly pressed uniform and his […]
This video contains images of flashing thighs, goofy grins and weird steppy dancing. I was brought up to believe that it’s OK to lie so long as it makes someone feel better or it’s funny. My grandad was the biggest liar I’ve known. So who is the biggest liar in modern times? Bernie Madoff, Richard […]
Sheer genius . . . © Rivenrod 2015 Music: Nibiru Original mix DC Breaks feat. Bassnectar Far Too Loud, Drop the bomb
“Rivenrod is a master storyteller. His words are punctures of light made intensely riveting by shining in the sombre spaces of our minds. They inspire us to blissfully defend what is improbable” ~ Yoran Lanchenko © Rivenrod 2015 Image by Kishin Shinoyama
Book sculpture: Art or vandalism? © Rivenrod 2015 Top: Flutter 2007 / Devotion series by Jacqueline Rush Lea Bottom: Lotisaul / Las Defensas de Las Plantas by Barbara Wildenboer
“From his words grows a kind of music that envelopes the spirit and tugs at everything we think we know about the world, worrying away at us until eventually, we perceive things differently” ~ Tatiana Kassesinova © Rivenrod 2015 Music by Bartosz Dziadosz
Andy Warhol said sex is too much work. Mae West was just pleased to see you, well anyone really. Hmmm sex. Sex is not the same as sexy. Sex is the business end of sexy and more often than not involves a trade-off – your juice for mine – you get my drift. Neither is […]